GeoRabble Sydney: Speakers Announced!

GeoRabble Sydney is this week, and we’re excited to announce the lineup of speakers who have kindly volunteered to enlighten us for the evening. Tickets are limited so get in quick!

#1 Peita Blythe:

Peita is a map illustrator & designer who has drawn locations all over the world. She will be sharing insight into her design process, including her recent Inner West Ale Trail project.

#2 Ken Tsang:

Ken is a developer and brains behind many cool mapping applications. He will be speaking about the trials and tribulations of building his most recent ‘viral’ project COVID-19 Near Me.

#3 Claire Daniel:

Claire is an urban planner, programmer and spatial data person currently undertaking a PhD. They will be speaking about the challenges of data for good urban planning, particularly focusing on business location data in the hope that the audience might have some ideas.

#4: Matt Williams & Nate Henry:

Spotto is a Sydney startup turning assets into location data. Their technology is enabling all sorts of useful indoor mapping, such as helping hospitals find critical equipment. They’ll be talking about their journey and the challenges of finding things.

GeoRabble Sydney

Calling all GeoGeeks in the Sydney region, we are excited to announce that Georabble is officially back on the map!

Our first post-COVID event will be held on Thursday 15th April at Hotel Harrys in Surry Hills, starting at 6pm with speakers kicking off shortly after.

Due to capacity restrictions tickets are limited, so get in quick! Attendees will receive a drink voucher on arrival.

Speakers to be announced shortly, but for those about to experience their first ever GeoRabble the details are simple:

– Presentations no longer than 10 minutes

– Celebrate each others’ triumphs

– Respect each others’ choice – no technology bigotry

– No sales pitches – this includes services, software, data etc.

– No company logos or ‘about us’ slides

So grab yourself a ticket, get off Zoom, and come catch up F2F with old friends and make some new ones while you’re at it.

See you there!